4 YEAR OLD SINGS AN ANTI-GAY SONG IN CHURCH AND GETS A STANDING OVATION [VIDEO]

This one has a bunch of people pissed off. It’s a video that shows a four-year-old boy singing an anti-gay song in church.  He sang, quote, “Romans one, twenty-six and twenty-seven / Ain’t no homos gonna make it to Heaven.”  He got a standing ovation.

It happened at the Apostolic Truth Tabernacle Church in Greensburg, Indiana.

Our favorite comment on the video is (quote) “The South: where being fat is genetic but being gay is a ‘life choice’

4 thoughts on “4 YEAR OLD SINGS AN ANTI-GAY SONG IN CHURCH AND GETS A STANDING OVATION [VIDEO]

  1. OMG I cant stand another righteousness bible thumping act from people whom clame to be religious because they stand in a church and use god as their purpose. On the news a 3 yr old singing anti -gay song. That is teaching hate. The church is to be a place to love worship teach, to have fellowship, to bring people to god.. If you are with out sin judge and sentence till then do your job as a christian pray, teach and love… Ive never met a person without sin. Church is about GOD!!!!!~!!!

  2. OMG and we honestly ask our self’s were the people of the world are going wrong in raising the next generation. The child has no understanding of what he is saying just that it is making the adults clap laugh and act like straight jackasses. I am disgusted by people in a church a place of worship were you are not to judge but only love others and there individuality. sit there and claim to be true christian’s and to see even the bishop/priest /minister/Chaplin not only condone this behavior and join in as well . Makes me sick.

  3. People should just take this video in stride the child has no Idea what he is singing about by the time he is an adult he will make his own decision about homosexuality and his beliefs he only knows about a word he was taught to sing about in his church they should wait until he is old enough to understand about the bible and learn that god does not want anyone to judge it is up to him no one on earth has that right you do have the right to speak your beliefs but not force your religious beliefs on someone who is not old enough to understand.

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